The smell of salt air, the warm brush of a soft ocean breeze, the inevitably bright, tacky shirts of the other ocean-goers–there’s nothing like a restful cruise. But sometimes there’s no time, money, or vacation days to make it to a far-off destination.
That’s why I’m bringing the vacation to you…with design. Whether your interest is getting away (if even just in your mind) or taking a look at some design examples, breeze through our list below.
1. A lively vintage brochure that showcases some of the best in simple design.
2. An eloquent mix of color and eye-catching photography blend with great intensity.
3. With all the lush water views splashed across this brochure, who cares that this voyage sets sail in a landlocked state.
4. Another vintage brochure that makes use of simple design and bright colors.
5. Refreshing color palette.
6. Nice flow and use of photography.
7. A graceful blend of illustration and sales pitch.
8. White space meets a great escape in this brochure mix.
9. An exotic photo collage is evenly dispersed in this graphically appealing brochure.
10. A fun mix of rainforest creatures is a very fun, very eye-catching tactic.
11. Good color balance and effective.
Let's go cruisin'.
If you’re dying for some time away but are anchored at home, I hope these travel brochures, at least for a little bit, alleviated the ho-humness of being stuck. If you were looking for some ideas of your own, play around with retro design, color schemes, and captivating photos.